Sorting through Gaddafi’s knick-knacks…
Guys, listen up! We’ve captured some sort of depot and bunker that belonged to Gaddafi!
Uh, sure, Boss, but there’s lots of strange stuff. What’s this gigantic tube thing here on the dirt?
That’s probably where he keeps his good carpets, all rolled up, Lamar. Just pry her open and have a look-see.
Well, okay. And look at all these big wooden shelves and cases. Any idea what that stuff is?
I suspect it’s Gaddafi’s famous knick-knack collection. You know, Hummel figurines, snow globes and what-not.You can probably just torch most of it.
I’m guessing it’s lawn ornaments and stuff. If you’re not sure, that’s what power tools are for!
You got it, Boss. We’ll get started immediately.
Nah, take a little break first, Lamar. Give me, oh, a 30-minute head start before you begin. Life isn’t just about work, you know…
Top: A Libyan rebel fighter stands at an ordnance depot that belonged to Muammar Gaddafi’s troops but is now in rebel control, approximately 25 miles southeast of Zintan June 29, 2011.
Right: A Libyan rebel fighter sits near stockpiles of ordnance inside a Gaddafi ammunition bunker which is now controlled by rebels.
Left: Unexploded ordnance is seen at a Gaddafi ammunition dump.
REUTERS photos by Anis Mili